In the world that is social media, we’ve all dealt with an array of customer types, good or bad. Follow this infographic the next time you come across a difficult customer for an easy fix to almost any type of situation.
If you’ve ignored previous warnings and your business isn’t taking advantage of responsive web design right now or planning on it in the very near future, you are in danger of going out of business in 2014. There are three exceptions to the rule; 1) you don’t depend on your website to stay in business, 2) you have no competitors, or 3) you are familiar with responsive design, you’ve already verified it’s not the right fit for you, as Linkedin has, and you have an alternative mobile strategy. If any of these three apply to you, then you’re ok, carry on. But if your company depends on its website enough that losing the business it brings to you would be a serious blow, getting a responsive website before the end of the year should be your #1 online marketing goal.
You’re a fan page PRO, right?
Right — but do you ever feel like you might be missing certain Facebook features or tricks?
No matter how long you’ve been running your Facebook page, my bet is you still have a few things to learn.
And even if you’ve learned everything — you still might have forgotten something.
Small businesses have their hands full, no doubt about it. Unfortunately, marketing themselves can often be on the bottom of the list due to constraints on time, money or available resources. When that happens, awareness, growth and business prosperity suffer. Luckily, there are a few free marketing tools that can help almost any size organization – we use these them ourselves!